To drill and test lithium anomalies for aquifers containing lithium in brine solutions planned for late October 2018, and complete pre feasibility study in early 2019 on its Salar del Diablo lithium Property located in Baja California Norte, Mexico.


  • The price of lithium is up 870% since 2005 and 177% in the last year alone.
  • Demand for lithium ion batteries for electric cars, storage, and mobile devices is led by manufacturers in Asia, Europe and North America and the current lithium producers have not kept up with the increasing demand which is driving the price of lithium exponentially higher.
  • Countries are beginning to set dates after which all vehicles sold  must be non-internal combustion.
  • The compilation and interpretation of the geochemical, geophysical, and geological programs have allowed the selection of 11 drill sites to test these targets with a 4,000 meter drill program planned for late October, 2018.
  • One World Lithium has the option to acquire up to a 90% interest in a 290 square mile or 754 square kilometer lithium property located in Baja California Norte, Mexico that could be one of the largest lithium properties to be drilled tested in 2018.
  • A successful mine finder, John E. Hiner, geologist, with over 40 years’ experience was on exploration teams that discovered eight mines, of which five are still operating.  Since 2009 he has been successfully exploring for lithium properties in the Americas.
  • Application for a listing on the US OTCQB to provide access for US investors and broaden market awareness has been made and the Company expects to be called to trade in September 2018.  The Company will also list on the Frankfurt Exchange at the same time.


  • Salar del Diablo has the necessary geological conditions to create lithium in a brine solution;
  • The property is 25 miles from San Felipe, Mexico, which has a sea port and a regional service center  that will allow low cost exploration and development;
  • Mexico is both politically stable and easily accessed from the USA;
  • The investment community and the lithium industry are tracking ongoing results as the Salar del Diablo which could be one of the largest lithium in brine properties to be drill tested for lithium in brine aquifers in 2018; and
  • The compilation of data from geological, geophysical, and geochemical programs has allowed the selection  of 11 drill site locations to be tested by a 4,000 meter reverse circulation drilling program planned for late October, 2018.

Salar del diablo location map.



VANCOUVER, BC – SEPTEMBER 12, 2018 – One World Lithium Inc. (CSE-OWLI) (the “Company”) is pleased to announce the engagement of two experienced groups to augment its online presence: Proactive Investors (“Proactive”) and the Bizzo Management Group (“Bizzo”). The Company also announces that it has filed to obtain an OTC:QB listing in the United States. […]

One World Lithium Inc. (CSE:OWLI) has an option to acquire 90% of the 75,400 hectare Salar del Diablo Lithium Property in Baja California Norte, Mexico.

The geochemical program included eighty-three lithium surface samples collected over 110 kilometers from north to south, taken from an 18 inch depth, contained an average grade of 78 parts per million (ppm) lithium which is higher than known geochemical surface samples from either the Silver Peak Mine at Clayton Valley or the Salar de Atacama in Chile. The geochemical program also identified an 150 square kilometer lithium anomaly.

The Geophysical program identified three extensive conductive zones totaling over 60 square kilometers of high priority targets of which two are open ended beyond the survey grid and the third zone is more than 100 meters thick.

Analysis of satellite imagery indicates an abundance of linears that are likely faults and cross faults throughout the Salar del Diablo basin that may have provided the means to transport lithium from the source rocks to the Salar as well as the fault structures that may form traps to constrain aquifers that could contain lithium.


  1.  A closed basin, meaning that there is no exit for water or fluids;
  2.  Presence of hot springs throughout the basin;
  3.  Rhyolite volcanic source rocks that contain lithium;
  4. Active faults to potentially transport lithium leached from the rhyolites to the salar basin that have the potential to trap and concentrate the lithium in brine solution over time;
  5.  A regional high heat flow; and
  6.  Sufficient time to leach and store lithium in brine.


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